Nim programming language finally hit 1.0

Chris wendlec at
Thu Oct 3 10:15:49 UTC 2019

On Thursday, 3 October 2019 at 09:49:57 UTC, Chris wrote:
> You have a point there. But the good thing about Nim is that 
> you can generate C, C++ and Objective-C:
> This can be done by the developer who works on the actual 
> product. The scientist (or whoever develops the prototype) can 
> do so in Python-like Nim, and then the dev ports or 
> incorporates it with a compiler switch. Say you have great code 
> in Nim and you wanna make an Android or iOS app. Just convert 
> it to C or C++ and compile it for the mobile platform. I've 
> never tried this in practice, but it sounds promising.

Not bad at all:

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